Luminaries without names

from Recently at the Zoo by jayrope



Luminaries without Names (originally Things without names) is based on a generative composition from 2017 created for once as a tool for a few friends and myself to improvise with and as well as simulation of social life, if you want so, of generated musical characters.

You may imagine a small population of unknown life forms pseudo-interacting in the corner of an asteroid, f. i.

Originally in mono. Presented here is a binaural stereo version - better with headphones - of a 7-channel ambisonic original recording. This version was a comissioned work for Whitebubble, an ambisonic listening installation featuring works of Frank Bretschneider, Julius Holtz, myself, Sven König and Richard Scott at the Into Worlds conference at Martin-Gropius-Bau, Berlin, Jan.19-21, 2018.


from Recently at the Zoo, released October 17, 2020


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jayrope Berlin, Germany

jayrope, audiotic. Composes, plays or codes music with a long-standing interest in "transcending conventional instruments & approaches."
Building & collecting custom string instruments, percussion, synthesizers & sound alterators. So the music goes very different ways [...] Driven by curiosity, emotion, change, dialogue, sound-scaping, story-telling & collaborating.
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